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libertad fernando pizarro, washington d.c. *+ en 1 conferencia de prensa el presidente obama elogio el aumento del voto latino y expreso confianza en que se presentara a principios del 2013 1 proyecto de reforma migratoria integral. presidente obama porque hay que asegurar las fronteras. debiera tener serias multas para empresas que contratan y se aprovechan de indocumentados. y creo que debiera haber 1 camino a un estatus legal para los que viven en el pais sin record criminal. agrego que incluiria la accion diferida para los jovenes del dream act. el presidente indico que esta dispuesto a compromisos sobre los impuestos, y prefiere no subirlos a quienes ganan menos de 250 mil dolares anuales. presidente obama si el congreso no actua al final del ano, los impuestos de todos automaticamente aumentaran.la fundacion heritag opone al aumento tributario, dice que si no hay acuerdo para el 31 de diciembre, los impuestos subiran entre 850 y 4 mil dolares para la clase media. israel ortega, editor heritage libertad lo ideal hubiera sido que no estuvieramos en esta posicion. el congreso esp
>>> this morning on "early today," tempers in washington are flaring as president obama stands up for his u.n. secretary against scathing criticism from republicans. >>> all that while embattled former cia director david petraeus will testify on capital hill today. >>> breaking news from the middle east as rockets are fired between the israelis and palestinians. this morning three israelis are killed. a live report coming up. >> announcer: this is "early today" for thursday, november 15th, 2012. >>> good morning,er one. i'm lynn berry. and today one scandal will give way to another in washington. former cia director david petraeus is expected to testify in a closed door senate intelligence committee hearing. general petraeus is not expected to discuss his personal indiscretions that ended his career last week. instead, he'll be talking about details on the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. the controversy over u.n. ambassador susan rice calling the assault spontaneous back in september has reached a boiling point. yesterday president obama in his first news c
.. no serÁ hasta el prÓximo mes de enero hagan su mayor esfuerzo .. " washington dc tiene ya un historial de tener una comunidad diversa y de servir como hogar a personas de todo el mundo y a pesar que esta resoluciÓn se esta pasando a un nivel local. el hecho de que no es un estado hace que sea el congreso el que tenga la ultima palabra en washington dc lilian mass univision. ... la policia esta en la busqueda de cuatro sujetos para interrogarlos en relacion con un robo violento, registrado el pasado viernes 9-de noviembre, alrededor de las 6 de la manana, en la cuadra 1800 de la jefferson place, en el noreste de washington... los individuos ... la policia esta en la busqueda de cuatro sujetos para interrogarlos en relacion con un robo violento, registrado el pasado viernes 9-de noviembre, alrededor de las 6 de la manana, en la cuadra 1800 de la jefferson place, en el noreste de washington... los individuos que se muestran en el video son buscados unicamente para ser interrogados en relacion con este caso... cualquier informacion sobre su identidad o paradero la policia de anne arundel i
all areas and be handicapped accessible. >>> the new home of the washington redskins training camp richmond, virginia is putting up $10 million to have facilities ready by september. the projects, however, are expected to remain on track and $10 million will only be repaid to the city through sponsorsh s sponsorships. it will include a field house and medical facility and will double as a men's medical facility. a little farther to drive out. >> it's interesting because it's in a very historic part of the city. when they built things in the area in the past they have had to make sure they don't tear it some of the old there. it will be interesting to see if we see railroad tracks through the facility. >> richmond residents will be opening them with open arms? >> absolutely. >> 4:38. ahead on news 4, not a part of the procedure. the island this woman claims a doctor left in her leg during surgery. >>> why twinkies could be disappearing from store shelves forever. >>> i hate to have to deliver some bad news. >> oh, man. >> but this could be the end of a classic snack as we know it.
to you. >> george washington university has fallen off and nationalist of the best colleges in the country. >> twilight fans react to this series grande valley. >> the build where express lanes opening up this weekend. how much it will ultimately cost >> the final movie of the is out thisies weekend. went with all the biggest friends. >> i was the only man in the theater. a battledon builds to shocking twists. a great move for a series that jolt.eded a battle puts energy into the grand finale. kristen stewart is a newly vampire and mother to hum half-vampire child. taylor lautner whose abs fans o watch returns. they go to satisfy the mostly female crowd. >> vampires and fantasy. >> this was a big finale. am kind of sad because i can't see it anymore. >> breaking don concludes one of successful franchises. the weekend best bet is lincoln, skyfall. also opening this weekend, silver lining playbook. if you love this series, you will love this movie. it does and really well with lots of action. >> you have convinced me. >> he needs to see it for the half human child. >> i had a
about george washington. are you retreating into fiction because reality isn't that good for republicans right now? (laughter) why write fiction about our history. >> because it allows people who think of history as dull --. >> stephen: yes, me. (laughter) >> -- to realize history is about people. it's about the way people make decisions with challenges they face, the tensions they live through. >> stephen: but you wrote this book -- this book just came out. you must have been working on this while you were running for president. >> yes. >> stephen: were you phoning in the campaign or phoning in the book. which is the two? you can't do two things that well. >> well, i didn't. (laughter) >> stephen: oh, that's right, you're not president of the united states. well said. now, why washington for you. what is compelling about this guy? i mean, everybody's into lincoln right now. you've got spielberg's lincoln, you've good doris kearns goodwin lincoln, o'riley wrote about killing lincoln. why is washington your lincoln? (laughter) >> well, lincoln's very, very important and well worth studyin
, the economy was about to bust out and washington snuffed it. we had it in hand, we had to turn housing with home builders, and we had to turn to booming order from boeing. and banks were getting their balance, and oil and gas industry started booming and opportunities for new petrochemicals hiring tens of thousands of people strongest in years. people, it was all come together. and now washington's crushing it. best of all, people are starting to get hired again. all those industries are just mentioned were growing, all of them looked like a real good year to expand. business people are in retreat, and their leaders, many of whom speak to me, are done hiring. and they want to fire, cutback, so she saw the chaos from capital coming and did the right thing for shareholders, when the right thing not that long ago was to hire, not fire. washington with its sickening inability to compromise wrecked it, wrecked it all and took what was developing into a beautiful bull market, by real profits, real hiring and turned it on its head, maybe turned it into a bear market. makes me nauseous just th
's take a look at the current temperature here in washington. 42degrees and lots of 30s as you get outside the beltway. 36 in pittsburgh. 26 in columbus. we continue to be under this big trough of cool air that will stick around for the next couple of days. here is your forecast highs. mostly cloudy, high abouts 50 in washington. yesterday, we got to 49. day much like yesterday. only more in the way of cloudiness today. definitely jacket weather for the kids going to the bus stop, going for a jog, that kind of thing. be ready for a cold start and a cool afternoon. thank you, tucker. >> time now to say hello once again to julie wright. >> i heard tucker say my name but i didn't hear what he said because usually, it's not good. >> don't want to know. move on. >> that's what i thought. i told our producer, i said i hear him talking. i just don't listen to him. it is white noise until i hear you or wisdom say here's julie. not a lot going on on the roads right now in centerville. you'll find height traffic volume coming in from 28. lanes are open headed eastbound on the beltway. this happens t
a coordinated terrorist attack. in washington, steve centanni, fox news. fox news. >>> the washington wizards fell to the dallas mavericks last night dropping to 0-7 on the season. that is just one loss short of franchise worst start they had last year when they lot of their first eight games. >> we still have plenty ahead, your weather, traffic and all of your top stories. >> fox 5 morning news at 4:30 starts now. arts now. happy thursday. november15th. one more day until the weekend. and a chilly weekend as they will be probably for the rest of the year because it is not officially but wintertime is upon us. it is november after all. i'm arah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. let's say welcome to tucker barnes. >> winter does not officially start for a month. >> i said it wasn't official. >> we're got going to call it winter. >> i said i was going to embrace it. >> i know, i'm waiting for it. >> i'm going to embrace it. >> i want to feel the love. >> what are we embracing today in. >> we're feeling cold temperatures. 41 here in the city. temperatures up just a little bit because we have clou
. this was 104-101. time running out. washington could not get the ball back. i will take some time. to verizon center. 35-22 aquia as early. half, 16the first points. they beat liberty tonight. go to the redskins. i told you after the pittsburgh hall would begelo suspended. forll well-defined $30,000 the official. the redskins are chomping at the bit to get going again and there to be a great deal of from that coming locker room. it is a dysfunctional division. rgiii just wants to get going again. i thought i was hungry before. i realized just how much more energy i have. everybody is looking at me to be guy. it is not just me. i will get all the blame and all the fame, but it is the guys around me that make me great. he dominated the voting. after being cut by the mets two ago, the 38-year-old is the cy young award winner. are shots of the day is a classic. and england, how about this bicycle kick? the english goalie tried to clear the ball with his head. look at this. -- scored 04 goals in sweden's win. d.c. united could use that guy on sunday. that is all i have. >> we want to remind you ab
's >> live and in hd, this is "good morning, washington," on your side. >> the 10-year veteran ended up shooting a man dead inside of a home. it is thursday, november 15. >> a little bit warmer than it was this time yesterday. >> i do not know. we are looking at pretty similar conditions overall between today and yesterday. one of the biggest differences as we have a little more clout the cover. it is 41 right now at a rate in national. 35 at dulles. look at all of the 20's. 29 in charlottesville. 38 in quantico. a little weak disturbance is nearby. that is bringing in the cloudiness. some sunny breaks can be expected today, but it will be another cool one. your seven-day coming up in a minute. let's check on traffic. >> we had a report of an accident on the inner loop of the beltway after river road. the inner loop after river road you can see it is not too bad. not any evidence of delays just yet. on the beltway ever read. it still looks pretty good. you want to watch out for that. in springfield we see >> -- we see traffic moving smoothly. all of the road work is picked up. a friend
republicanos diciendo que tenemos que cambiar." standup: fernando pizarro, washington d.c. concretamente cualquier proyecto migratorio debera esperar hasta que asuman los nuevos congresistas y senadoes en enero proximo. desde el capitolio en washington, fernando pizarro, univision." dos audiencias publicas se llevaran a cabo en el distrito de columbia sobre los planes de cerrar 20 planteles escolares... la primera se efectuara manana jueves, entre las 4-de la tarde y 8-de la noche, y la segunda el proximo lunes de 2- a 6-de la tarde... el departamento de trabajo multiplica sus esfuerzos para ayudar a ex-combatientes a encontrar empleos y asi intergrar a estos hombres y mujeres a la sociedad. y es que muchos de ellos estan desempleados y hasta indigentes... vicente esta desamparado... y desde que regreso de la guerra entre iraq e iran en 1988... su vida cambio... "nosotros los veteranos no queremos estar en la calle, yo quiero mantener a mi familia, a mi hija porque mi esposa ya esta muerta" y es que para excombatientes como vicente, integrarse a la sociedad...al sector laboral no ha sid
>>> it's legal to smoke marijuana in places like colorado and washington state. will maryland be the next to jump on the bandwagon? the high hopes. >>> a teenager is killed in a car crash, another one seriously hurt. now the community is coming together to honor the young man. >>> she's only 9 years old but this little girl already knows what it's like to lose everything. now she's turning her tragedy into hope for other victims just like herself. we'll tell you all about that on this thursday, november 15th. "good morning maryland," i'm charlie crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle, thank you for joining us. let's get to the weather because it's chilly out there. >> i have to admit lynette i left the coat am home today by -- at home today by accident but we need them. >> make sure you grab the coat as you head out the door. look at the temperatures this morning 37 degrees in jessup and 30 monrovia. 38 millersville and be careful as you go into the afternoon hours as well. because we're going to be dealing with chilly temperatures. yesterday up to about 48 degrees and going to do
from the clouds. a few thin clouds northeast of washington in the northern prince george's county into eastern howard. they are getting a little sunshine trying to breakthrough. elsewhere, it is quite cloudy. we see the light blue in the 40s. in the areas in green are beginning to climb into the upper 40s to near 50. it's in far southern maryland. reagan national at 47. still in the 30s out in the mountains and around parts of the shenandoah valley. a look at the rest of the week and the weekend. how much longer will the chill last? barbara and keith? >> naung. >>> let's see if things are moving on the roads. >> danella, you are facing the traffic in the hallway with the wedding. what about the roadway? >> i know. i need a tracker report for the hallways. let's talk about i-95 in virginia, northbound at prince william parkway. alternate lane closures because of construction. volume is light. the beltway is where you are going to face problems. outer loop, american legion bridge slow as you cross because of the road work. the right lane is blocked. look at gw parkway. the lane is b
, 48 degrees in washington, 43 pittsburgh, even colder towards england, that is where the high pressure is. there.ees mild temperatures west, 51 in louis, that is the air that move here over the next couple of days. we're watching the high clouds from low pressure moving carolinas. we will: partly cloudy for the y tomorrow. that high pressure will give us mostly sunny day on saturday. because of the coastal storm hasn't formed yet, this the genesist be eventually. simulations have been following likely itt appears a little further offshore. mit's unclouded is on sunday and monday. 43, 35 degrees early tomorrow morning, the degrees midday, and to do aly climbing out better tomorrow afternoon. kind of cloudy on sunday and monday, pleasant as we had through the weekend. it looks like most of the pleasant.ll be there could be a few scattered showers. >> we want to remind you of our newest application. the alarm clock offers news, traffic, and weather. site.free, had our web >> redskins and eagles, but no michael veeck. >> this is going to be big, i think. the redskins went through another r
in washington with general david petraeus, and of course the settlement from bp. that's to knight on the fox report 7:00 eastern and 6:00 central. until then, good afternoon. >>> fiscal cliff or fiscal free for all? welcome, everybody. deadline schmedline. 46 days until the cliff brings in the crack pot. far from spent, these guys are spending not less, but more. you heard me right. they are on the brink and still -- still breaking the bank. deals so good it would make him proud. >> you have to be kidding. ryan, you give anymore than that and they will call you santa clause instead of ron. >> how about another special tax hike on millionaires on top of one already in the works for the upper income? >> you convinced me to put in for steak knives, but i said there was more. you know what is missing over here? >> i'll tell what you is missing over here. more fun stuff like a one-year extension of the payroll tax holiday at the surprise of $20 million. >> i am going to throw that in, but i am not finished yet. there is even more. >> more indeed. what if i told you if you act now, al gore will pe
in washington don't get together and actually act like grown-ups, we're in big trouble. >>> hi, everybody. time to rise above and keep the country from enduring a self-inflicted crisis. we're here today. i'm maria bartiromo coming to you live from the schwab impact conference in chicago. welcome to the "closing bell." we enter the final stretch for the markets today. everybody here is focused on the fiscal cliff. coming up, i will talk to allen simpson and erskine bowles in an interview you cannot afford to miss. hope you join us 4:00 p.m. eastern. the co-founders of the fix the debt campaign, which many corporate leaders are backing. they'll tell us how they think washington can come together and reach a deal, bill. >> sure would be great to figure that out. maria, looking forward to that. i'm bill griffeth here at the new york stock exchange. markets continue to feel the sting of the uncertainty surrounding the fiscal cliff crisis. look at the dow, for example. it can't decide whether to go higher or lower today. it's been zigging and zaging all session today. down 42 points. that's about the
"this morning." i'm charlie rose in washington. norah o'donnell is in new york. there is a lot to talk about after president obama's first white house news conference in eight months. it covered everything from the budget crisis to libya, to the david petraeus scandal. >> the president himself said that so much has happened lately people forget the election of just a week ago. nancy cordes covered the news conference. she's at the white house. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the president came to the east room of the white house hoping to push his message on the fiscal cliff and he did but he also got pressed with a number of questions about his handling of foreign policy and national security and one question in particular got a rise out of him about his u.n. ambassador, susan rice. in his first full press conference since march president obama was asked about the criticism of u.n. ambassador susan rice. his likely choice to replace hillary clinton as secretary of state. >> besmerch her reputation is outrageous. >> reporter: rice has come under fire for stating that th
with republican leaders get underway to avoid the fiscal cliff. as darren gersh reports from washington, even before republicans and democrats sit down to talk on friday, both sides are laying down markers. >> reporter: just two days before he meets with congressional leaders, the president took a tougher tone on budget talks. in his news conference, he pushed hard for an immediate extension of tax cuts for everyone making less than $250,000 a year. >> and by the way, that means every american, including the wealthiest americans get a tax cut. it means that 98% of all americans, and 97% of all small businesses won't see their taxes go up a single dime. the senate has already passed a law like this. democrats in the house are ready to pass a law like this and i hope republicans in the house come on board too. >> reporter: republicans said again they would be willing to raise more tax revenue by closing loopholes or limiting deductions. but those revenues had to be matched with cuts in entitlement programs. >> until you make our entitlement programs fit the future demographic of country, the de
this? now on first look, temperatures in washington are simmering over details surrounding the 9/11 terror attack in benghazi as president obama stands up for his u.n. secretary against scathing criticism from republicans. all that while embattled former cia director david petraeus prepares to testify on capitol hill today. and breaking news from the middle east. as rockets are fired between the israelis and palestinians, this morning three israelis are killed. we'll have a live report coming up. first, good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. today, one scandal will give way to another in washington. david petraeus expected to testify in a closed door senate intelligence committee hearing. general petraeus is not expected to talk about his personal indiscretions that ended his cia career last week. instead, he'll be discussing details in the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya that resulted in the death of christopher stevens and three others. >>> also, the controversy over u.n. ambassador susan rice calling the assault spontaneous in september reached a boilin
got some harassing e-mails. meanwhile, in washington, paula broadwell, petraeus' former mistress, who allegedly sent the e-mails to kelley, remained in hiding at her brother's home. today, the fbi said she illegally had classified material at her home in north carolina, though no charges have been filed. jill kelley also remains at her home in tampa. her access to centcom revoked. this afternoon at the white house, president obama finally weighed in on this scandal, declared that no breach of national security occurred and spoke with sadness of the fall of david petraeus. >> general petraeus had an extraordinary career. he served this country with great distinction and my main hope right now is that he and his family are able to move on and that this ends up being a single side note on what has otherwise been an extraordinary career. >> reporter: but the real takeaway from the white house today? there's nothing like a re-election to give the president a jolt of confidence. >> i've got a mandate to help middle class families and families that are working hard to try to get in the middl
'm lynn berry. and today one scandal will give way to another in washington. former cia director david petraeus is expected to testify in a closed-door senate intelligence committee hearing. general petraeus is not expected to discuss his personal indiscretions that ended his cia career last week. instead, he'll be discussing details on the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, that resulted in the death of ambassador christopher stevens and three others. >>> also, the controversy over u.n. ambassador susan rice calling the assault spontaneous back in september has reached a boiling point. yesterday, president obama, in his first news conference since re-election, exploded at republican finger-pointing over rice. >> if senator mccain and senator graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. but for them to go after the u.n. ambassador, who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply making a presentation based on intelligence that she had receive d, and to besmirch her reputation is outrageous. >> earlier, senators mccain and graham slammed
centanni live in washington. tell us about this report, what is in it. >> the report on spending in the department of defense is called the department of everything, and recommends specific cuts over ten years in five main areas of concern. the report says in part, these areas are merely a starting point for reviewing pentagon spending that is unnecessary, duplicative, wasteful or simply not related to defense. we must refocus the pentagon on its true mission, fighting and winning the nation's wars. the report highlights waste in dozens of specific programs, they include research on what fish can teach us about democracy, a study of jargon used on twitter and how it differs across the country. a reality cooking show featuring grill sergeants. a so-called starship project that included a discussion involving klingons. the fact that of babies interacting with robots. and operating 254 grocery stores worldwide. jon: there also was criticism of knee newable energy projects. >> reporter: that's right. they say that is important but that the department of energy, not the pentagon ought
investigation. and in washington, danielle noddingham, 9news now. >> president obama says he is considering ambassador rice to serve as the next secretary of state when hillary clinton steps down. but some republican senators say they would block that nomination because of her comments on the attacks. >>> well after a rivetting day of testimony, lesli, right now the testimony is delivering in the bowie state university murder case. as andrea mccaren tells us, the 20-year-old alexis simpson admitted to stabbing her roommate in the neck after an argument. >> reporter: with music playing on an ipod became a case of murder. prosecutors say that the 20- year-old alexis simpson plunged a knife into dominique's neck that it completely cut her trachea. you know knives can kill, right? >> simpson,: question. >> prosecutor: you know if you plunge a knife into someone's neck, it can kill, right? >> simpson: yes. >> reporter: simpson says it was an act of self-defense, only pulling out a knife because she was ganged up by frasier and her friends. she was scared. according to testimony, days before the
the government. i want the folks in washington, congress -- chuck schumer, wow, what a strapping tore stimulus he is. -- stranger to stimulus he is. if the american person is not happy with the outcome, we don't get new job growth. the gdp slows to less than 1%. it is all of the things we know will happen in 2013. if all of those things happen, how about they give us our money back. how does that sound? >> it doesn't make sense and makes a lousy commercial so no. we need more stimulus. and now a letter going around among some of the democratic senators that the president better stick to this script about don't touch entitlement and leave medicare alone. i know they won an election. they didn't win a landslide. and it is as if in exit surveys folks were saying, yes, yes, keep up the spending. we want to see more of it. >> that's right. and i think that's why we are in such a scary place right now, neil. we talked adnauseam about the deficit reduction which is the spending which has to be addressed. you have to get confidence back. you have to get businesses back to doing what they do best which is
with the "washington post" to get his take on the fairness of it. tom thought wells did a great job. he believes that will be the review that wells will be remembered for. but he also agreed partly with fieri's defense. >> i don't think this would happen to a regular citizen chef inew york. this guy happens to be a big food network star. he's a very big target. but you know, in pete wells' defense, he did go to the restaurant four times. the place is not that inexpensive. it's right in the heart of times square. so there's a reason for giving it the negative review that he did. >> he tells us that he has no interest in going to fieri's restaurant, but would like to try the blue margarita. >> formaldehyde can mask any kind of food, right? >> ouch. >> rough out there. >> that's for sure. >> we had a pretty nice day today. lots of clouds. >> yeah. >> but pretty calm. >> calm and on the cool side. temperatures about ten degrees below average. that has all of the kids today at washington, middle and el elementary school in alexandria bundled up. they wanted to say hello. they are now waving to all of
's not on the side of the compromisers anymore. there's just too much going on in washington to presume that even like-minded people can wrest the debate from the partisan extremists of either party, those who sink below and not rise above. even if you're confident that a deal can be reached someday, you had to have your breath taken away by the first question from the press after the president gave an impassioned statement about the need to avert the cliff that's going to raise everybody's taxes and just cause such havoc. that's because the question was about general petraeus. not the financial time bomb facing us. oh, no. petraeus? petraeus? don't you know this is bigger than petraeus? we're sunk if you don't. between the distraction of the petraeus affair and the slew of holidays ahead you've got to start wondering if we might plunge from the cliff because of the sheer lack of days before what everyone's beginning to recognize as the potential for a financial armageddon. before i get to what could work eventually, eventually, the emphasis is on eventually in this ticktock environment. not tomo
begins now. >>> good afternoon, everybody. at a time when washington is wringing its hands and trying to wring every last dollar out of the budget to avoid the fiscal cliff, a new report within the last few hours on the millions the government is wasting. and this one will leave you shaking your head. >>> this hour, the president tours the disaster area from hurricane sandy. first from the air, then on foot. the first numbers are out now on how sandy is already taking a bite out of the economy. >>> and, we move to real estate. how real is the recovery? ben bernanke set to speak about housing and mortgages in just a few minutes and what he says could move the markets. >>> but first, let's head out to chicago where sue can be found at a major investor summit in the windy city. sue? >> indeed, i am in the beautiful windy city, ty. this is the schwab impact conference. welcome to the biggest convention center in the united states and it is chock-full with some of the top investment advisors out there. we're going to be talking to a number of them. we have a terrific hour planned here from
, this is "good morning, washington," on your side. >> a catchy little tune. >> it is coming. >> 5:01 right now. i am steve chenevey. i am cynne simpson. >> this is not whether where you want to be without power. >> we are sending we will never ever ever warm up again. one of the big differences in the headlines is it is a cloudy start today. we have mark cloud cover. a set of that today will look alike as today. we will see some sunny breaks. this dry spell is going to last at least into the early part of the weekend before we start to see changes. we have 42. in national. clouds are a little warmer although we are only a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday morning.a chilly 28 in martinsburg. warmer towards the bait with 42 in annapolis. we should tap of around 51 in the district. clearing skies late this morning. otherwise more clouds than anything else. we are going to check on traffic. >> another look at 270 and see how we are doing. toward the lane divide, all the lands are open. that will take you all the way down to the beltway with no problem so far. we can see there is a road work on
yesterday. 44 in washington. 38 out of dulles. high temperatures today top out in the upper 40s to about 50. that's about 10 degrees below normal for the middle of november. 50 here in washington. 45 in winchester. cool afternoon. definitely jacket weather. i'll have details on your weekend forecast in just a minute. back up stairs to both of you. >> all right. thank you very much. we begin with breaking news this morning involving the deadly gulf oil spill back in 2010. bp will pay billions of dollars as part of a settlement. a person familiar with the case also says that two bp employees will face manslaughter charges. you'll recall that 11 people died in the explosion and millions of gallons of oil tainted the gulf leading to a ban on deep water drilling. >> we're also following breaking news closer to home. a swat team is called to a tomorrow in district heights. >> melanie is live at the scene with the very latest. what's happening? >> reporter: good morning. there's still more than a dozen fbi agents and support staff here. you can see over there the house we're focusing on is 6709 k
thomas, abc news, washington. >>> and also in the news today, president obama took an aerial tour of the hurricane sandy destruction, meeting with families still trying to recover on staten island. later, and in private, he met with the parents of the two young boys who were killed in that storm. >>> and we have learned of an aftershock from the storm which will affect everyone coast to coast. abc's steve osunsami with the surprising consequence of the storm. >> reporter: when those awful flood waters from sandy came rushing through, flooding streets and swamping homes, what no one expected was the storm's surprising second hit. >> we all lost our cars. at the same time, we're all trying to get a car. it's a mad house. >> reporter: more than 250,000 personal vehicles were washed away by storm waters. today, used car dealerships are busy with storm victims and, adding insult to injury, prices are shooting up because of the storm. >> we're expecting to see higher prices of $700 to $1,000 per vehicle. >> reporter: for every six people who walk into this used car dealership on staten
? >> let's get back to the topic dominating the conversation from wall street to washington right now. of course it is the looming fiscal cliff. we have made it a bit of a drinking game for those playing at home. i sat down with one of the democratic congressman barney frank and we talked about it. >> sequestration is a terrible idea and that can be very disruptive and if we go into sequestration, yeah, i think that's awful. if the taxes went up on everybody for a month or two, it would be a temporary bump, it would mean slowing down expansion which i think is coming, but you could undo it. >> so the most interesting thing barney frank said yesterday was he believes that it is a bungee cord, if you will, meaning he expects and almost is pushing for everybody to go over the cliff at least for a couple weeks and believes that the 39.6 number is still on the table and that the can democrats and the obama administration still have the mandate. >> you're talking higher marginal rate ps p. >> yes. he doesn't believe there are not enough deductions. so many of the ceos that came out of that
matthews back in washington. let me start with this. think a second, think if this election had gone the other way. john boldin, not susan rice, would be the hot talk for secretary of state. war clouds would be overhead and the bugles blaring would be marching to iran. just think self-deportation would be the name of the game for immigration. voter suppression would be the toast of the town, or certain parts of town. the extinction of health care would be hr-1, up there on the front burner for congressional action. just think, if the election had gone the other way the rich would be basking in the best tax protection known to man, a real-life, genuine mandate to leave them and their money alone. but a funny thing happened on the way to the white house. people voted for tax fairness. they voted to make the rich pay their share, specifically voted that way for one thing because the republicans kept warning them not to. and so it came to pass today that president obama said just that at his press conference. give the middle class their tax cuts, speaker boehner. cut it loose so they can
from washington's leading news station, this is news 4 today. >>> breaking news as israel strikes back in the gaza strip after more deadly attacks. >> a busy day on the hill as lawmakers demand answers on the u.s. consulate in libya. >>> welcome to news 4. a live look outside right now at 5:00 a.m. 43 degrees out there. safe to say keep out the winter coats. no more shoving them in the back of the closet. >> look outside. don't go out there. it is another cold morning. make sure you wear your warmest winter coat. a lot of cloudiness. here's the view from space. cloud cover drifting over the region coming from the south. a disturbance in the carolinas giving us this cloud cover. we're not going to get any precipitation from it. right near freezing much of virginia, maryland. it's still cold, feeling like a december morning. prince gorgeous, my-30s. much of southern maryland, calvert, st. mary's, a rundell, mostly above 40. prince william county, into the shenandoah valley, a few isolated spots there. a little bit below freezing. when the sky is cleared out, western maryland, west virgin
's a fellow at the american enterprise institute, columnist for "the washington post" and a former speech writer for george w. bush. welcome back. >> thanks, megyn, how are you? megyn: it's interesting to see the president say don't go after susan rice because she doesn't know anything about benghazi, she had nothing to do with benghazi, and that begs the question, simon, why did you put her out on the sunday talk shows to talk about benghazi? >> well, megyn, we've had this conversation a few times before -- megyn: but not that particular one, not that particular point. >> i think because the administration, because there were at that moment, right, the video was still causing in other parts of the world, right, and throughout north africa and the middle east there were riots and demonstrations throughout the region. the administration was attempting to explain to the american people what was going on. and as the president said yesterday that susan rice gave it her best shot, the cia has taken responsibility for producing that intelligence report which was a week late amended, in essence,
, businesses, and organizations that call greater washington home. whether it's funding an organization that provides new citizens with job training, working with an anacostia school that promotes academic excellence, or supporting an organization that serves 5,000 meals a day across d.c., what's important to the people of greater washington is important to us, and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. good morning. the date is november 15. i'm steve chenevey. storyin with a developing of district heights where scene of ann the incident there. the circumstances surrounding incident in the 6700 block crippling parkway still not clear. following this story and where the crew on the way. l bring you details coming up shortly. as we talked about earlier this morning, congress will take a the deadly at consulate attack in libya today. the senate intelligence a closed-will hold the septembern attack. cia director david petreaus expected to testify at a house intelligence committee hearing tomorrow. our sistere more on station news channel 8 in an in- dept
captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> on "washington journal" this morning, we'll be joined by republican representative ron paul of texas, it a member of the foreign affairs committeeful he'll take your questions about today's hearing on the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. you'll hear about the fiscal cliff from independent senator bernie sanders of vermont, a member of the budget committee. also, the kaiser family foundation will look at friday's deadline for states to establish health insurance exchanges under the affordable care act. "washington journal" is live on c-span every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern. the senate armed services committee holds a hearing this morning on the nomination of marine corps general joseph dunford to command forces in afghanistan, replacing general john allen. that's live at 9:30 eastern. general dunford led a regiment in the 2003 invasion of iraq. president obama spoke with reporters for a little less than an hour yesterday. it was his first news conference since early this year. >> good afternoon, everybod
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